Gobleki Tepi animals proven to be constellations

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Gobleki Tepi animals proven to be constellations

Unread postby moses » Wed Nov 28, 2018 5:01 pm

science daily

In the ice ages the animals depicted at Gobleki Tepi represented constellations. My take on this is that the Earth was in a very elliptical orbit and the stars were now visible whereas in the previous configuration of planets the stars were not visible. So there was great interest in the stars and generations of people were able to see the precession of the pole through such observations.

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Re: Gobleki Tepi animals proven to be constellations

Unread postby seasmith » Wed Nov 28, 2018 6:19 pm

moses wrote:science daily

In the ice ages the animals depicted at Gobleki Tepi represented constellations. My take on this is that the Earth was in a very elliptical orbit and the stars were now visible whereas in the previous configuration of planets the stars were not visible. So there was great interest in the stars and generations of people were able to see the precession of the pole through such observations.

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Gobekli Tepe translates from ancient Turkic as "Hill of the Navel", so it's difficult to differentiate between astronomical/polar and shamanic/sacerdotal representations.
From the orientations of the structures though, it does seem that a Boreal influence was signifigant to the builders.

According to the article, there was a period of quite a few millennia between the famous cave artists and the knoll carvers.

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Re: Gobleki Tepi animals proven to be constellations

Unread postby seasmith » Sun Jun 23, 2019 7:52 pm


Archaeoacoustic Analysis in Enclosure D at Göbekli

Abstract—We made an archaeoacoustic exploration at Enclosure D in the Göbekli Tepe archeological site. This site is the most ancient archaeological location recognized by archaeologists all over the world. It was dated 7,000 years before the Egyptian pyramids. Thanks to the site’s discoverer we had the possibility to record the vibrations coming from the subsoil, magnetic fields and the sound produced by hitting with hand on central pillar n.18. The results are amazing and confirm that Göbekli Tepe has the same archaeoacoustic aspects of many other typical sacred sites we have studied in Europe and Minor Asia. However the most interesting finding was understanding that the pillar we examined is probably at the centre of a sophisticated mechanism of vibrations and magnetic fields affecting the brain. This discovery is in contrast with our knowledge of the level of technology produced by the civilization who built these sacred temples. Our results have to be considered as preliminary results, however due to the death of the person who discovered the site and the current geopolitical situation in Turkey we cannot continue the research.

http://www.sbresearchgroup.eu/Immagini/ ... D%20at%20Göbekli%20Tepe%20in%20South%20Anatolia.pdf
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Re: Gobleki Tepi animals proven to be constellations

Unread postby kevin » Mon Jun 24, 2019 1:45 am

http://sbresearchgroup.eu/index.php/en/ ... lia-turkey

Imho,

it is not simply the brain interacting with these locations, it is our unique field that attunes with them.

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Re: Gobleki Tepi animals proven to be constellations

Unread postby Younger Dryas » Sat Jul 06, 2019 7:02 pm

Ok proven :)

Backfill it in I guess
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